Actor Tom Sizemore’s manager has announced that there is no further hope for the actor after he suffered a brain aneurysm earlier this month, and his family is now considering end-of-life matters. The 61-year-old actor is well-known for his roles in popular movies such as Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down, and Natural Born Killers. Unfortunately, he also had drug-related issues and served jail time for domestic violence.
Charles Lago, Sizemore’s manager, informed US media that the doctors have recommended end-of-life decisions to Sizemore’s family. A further statement will be issued on Wednesday after the family has made a decision.
Sizemore rose to fame in the 1990s with his appearances in movies like Pearl Harbor, Heat, and True Romance. However, he struggled with drug addiction during his career and wrote about his addictions to heroin and crystal meth in his autobiography. He was also arrested on multiple occasions for domestic violence-related incidents.
In recent years, Sizemore made guest appearances in shows like Cobra Kai and had a recurring role in the revival of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. He suffered a brain aneurysm on February 18th, and his family is asking for privacy during this difficult time while thanking everyone for their messages of support and prayers.